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Offline killerbot

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The 22 april 2006 build is out.
« on: April 22, 2006, 10:33:28 pm »
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The 22 April 2006 build is out.
  - Windows : http://download.berlios.de/codeblocks/CB_20060422_rev2369_win32.7z
  - Linux :
         http://download.berlios.de/codeblocks/CB_20060422_rev2369_ubuntu.deb (not yet)
         http://download.berlios.de/codeblocks/CB_20060422_rev2369_fc4+5.rpm (not yet)

Resolved Fixed:

  • Feature Request #2042 : Save editor's zoom (does not update open editors)

Regressions/Confirmed/Annoying/Common bugs:

  • toolbar-images-not-changing-state (is a wx problem/Win XP problem)
  • there are several issues with Code Completion (is being redesigned : work in progress)


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Re: The 22 april 2006 build is out.
« Reply #1 on: April 23, 2006, 12:18:24 am »
simple answer : lack of time :-(

we also need to test it, we just don't apply a patch directly.

Since I am a multicompiler fan, ;-) , but no D experience at all, you could guide me through this process :
1) where to download and how  to install those D compilers under linux (please don't tell me to compile them myself ...), I am using Suse10.
2) the I can try out your patch, and therefor ...
3) I need a real "hello world" D project
4) some other things I should know of as a D-dummy ?


Cheers,
Lieven


Hello!

Sorry for my very long response time. Seems that not only you suffer from lack of time :-)

Here are my answers:
1. Linux compilers:
DMD
- link: http://www.digitalmars.com/d/dcompiler.html#linux
- download file, unzip and copy linux specific executable files to e.g. /usr/local/bin; library libphobos.a to /usr/local/lib. you will be interested only in dmd directory in zip file
- there is instruction when you follow above link.
- downloaded file contain also files for windows - just ignore it ;-) you will find descriptions for files in Readme.txt files in zip archive
- tested by me

GDC - unfortunately it seems that it's more difficult here. If you want to test you should compile gdc AND gcc
- link: http://home.earthlink.net/~dvdfrdmn/d/
- I did not test gdc on linux because I don't use it. But if you look on patch, you will see that only very few changes were made regarding gdc. I did not touch at all gdc compiler file itself, so it should work also same as for windows.

2. "Hello world!" project
That point is really simple :-) D does not differ so much from C/C++. You can get lot information on its homepage: www.digitalmars.com/d/
Code
import std.stdio;

int main(char[][] args)
{
    writefln("Hello world!");
    writef("args.length = %d\n", args.length);
    for (int i = 0; i < args.length; i++)
writef("args[%d] = '%s'\n", i, args[i]);
    return 0;
}

Generally D is as much as possible C++ but without its strange awkwards.

I hope it was helpful. I will try to help more if necessary :-)

BR
Aarti_pl